This week on Sinica, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn record from San Francisco, where they interview Eric Fish: long-time China resident, writer at the Asia Society and author of the recent book "China's Millennials: The Want Generation". Join us as we talk with Eric about the stereotypes and realities surrounding the millennial generation in China. [standalone mp3 download]
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September 10, 2015
This week’s recommendations,

Jeremy Goldkorn: Uncle Goose Chinese Character Blocks

Kaiser Kuo: Hainan Airline’s Beijing to San Jose flight

Eric Fish: Karoline Kan’s three pieces, The Unwelcomed Villager, My Father, The House by the River

Eric’s book, China’s Millennials

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September 12, 2015
Kaiser, Welcome to Sunnyvale. Are you going to be anywhere where your Bay Area Sinica fans can meet you?
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September 12, 2015
My Top 5:

1) Debating Societies in China

2) Birds of Beijing and the Air They Fly In

3) Sinica Goes to the Movies

4) In Memory of Jenkai Kuo

5) Running Dogs and Locusts

Honorable Mention: "Beijing's Great Leap Forward"listened to this on a flight back to Beijing this summer. Go ah and guess where my first stop in Beijing was.
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September 12, 2015
Also, thumbing through the sizable Sinica catalogue, surprised by the dearth, and I may have missed them, of music/yaogun-related episodes! Any chance of getting Jonathan Campbell on the show?
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September 16, 2015
@mmurphy: Someday "Birds of Beijing and the Air They Fly In" might have to be changed to "Birds of Beijing and the Air They Walk On."
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September 18, 2015
I'm relatively new to your podcast - probably 2 years back and still catching up. I've never left comment in here so this is a way overdue thank you! Great show guys, you and one of your recommendations 7th Project Avenue are my TV/Radio substitue! The depth and broadth of each discussion is amazing.

My top 5 is:

1. Will China Dominate the 21st Century

2. China in Three Keys: first experiences from the 1970s through 1990s

3. Under the Dome

4. Sinica Goes to the Movies

5. From the Interpreter's Booth - the guests' voices are just so lovely, I can listen to Lynette talk about anything.
Mark Lesson Studied